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i'm going to read some tomorrow night on the air. thank you for being with us, start your day each weekday morning with fox and friends. we'll see you back here tomorrow night. ♪ ♪ the o'reilly factor is on. tonight: >> there is no excuse for it. and i take full responsibility for making sure it gets fixed asap. we are working overtime to improve it every day. >> president obama trying to make a come back after the pounding he has been obama care the president lied to them you deserve better. i apologize, i'm accountable to you for fixing these problems. >> secretary of health and human services kathleen sebelius apologizing to the nation fouled occupy obama care. she is also from kansas.
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>> should secretary sebelius be fired? we will an that question snos. [chanting] >> also tonight, a disgraceful exposition at brown university in rhode island. the new york city police commissioner denied the opportunity to speak. >> [chanting] >> caution, you where it to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. ♪ ♪ >> hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. the deceitactor. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. last night charles krauthammer and i debated whether or not president obama lied to the american owe. >> in order to bare false
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explicitly that what his benefit the speaker for a reason. dr. cac correctly pointed to the benghazi deception as a lie. you remember the obama put out ambassador susan rice to tell the world the might have been killed by spontaneous. the administration knew otherwise. but we don't know, we don't know if president obama directly ordered ordered that deceit. we do know he did nothing to correct it we also know that mr. obama said this. >> actually, any insurance that you currently have would be grandfathered in so you could keep. and so you could decide could not get exchange the better plan.
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>> as it turns out, millions of americans will not be allowed to keep their health insurance plan was the president misinformed the "the washington post" wrote his assertions were completely not true. both papers did not use the word lie. porpoise to news agencies. lodging accusations. did the president mislead the country absolutely no, question about it, did he know he was misleading it? maybe. most likely. did he lie? i have possible but the secretary of defense not conclusive. here is the example of a provable lie just so you know. last night bill maher progressive zealot accused me of promoting the
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republican party, implying that i used talking points from the g.o.p. that's a lie. i have never received republican talking points in my life. anyone who watches this program knows but moore doesn't care. he has nothing to lose by spouting dishonest jibber irish. he makes money doing it president obama has a lot to do in fact, he could be impeached. if that were proved proved beyond a reasonable doubt. why would the president risk that in the key question in this intense debate? that's the memo. we will read some of your letters on the subject at the end of the broadcast. now joining us from los angeles ebony williams radio talk show host in for kirsten tonight and kate observen observe on -- obama
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care a great program that will benefit the vast majority of americans. he did not address the lie thing straight on, but indicated that his descriptions of the benefits of the program, kate, were accurate, all right. that it is, once it gets all sorted out, going to be a panacea on the healthcare front. and you say? >> well, i was shocked, frankly, that the president, after we heard dozens of letters on the hill today, the congressionals were asking sebelius questions, we heard all these letters from constituents about how their rates are skyrocketing and, yet, the president is sticking with the line that their rates are going to be lower. their premiums are going to be lower. he is digging. in and on the question about whether you are going to lose your insurance. i thought he dug. in he almost the president
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went out there and said you can keep your insurance policy even though in 2010 the regulations made it clear that 40 to 62% of people with -- who were self-insured were going it lose. >> did he read that? i doubt it. >> the president understands the plan and he knows that in order for enough people to go into the obama care exchanges, they are going to have to lose their current insurance. he had to have understood that's the only way it's sustainable. i have to say i think it was a lie. >> and ebony, you say? >> i say i'm less concerned with things we don't have enough evidence to prove. i was surprised, bill, in this speech we just saw from the president that he did not address it more head on. i think that now is the proper time for president barack obama to come clean with the american people and say, you know what? i use language that did not fully disclose what i meant. what i meant to say was if you like your policy, and it
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meets the new higher healthcare standards i am implementing you can keep it he did not say that. >> that's a very very good point you are making. >> but eboni, if he had said that, because he said it so many times, that opens the door for every reporter to say, why on earth, why on earth did you repeat something over and over and over again that you knew wasn't true? see, by avoiding it, he is trying to get around it like he got around benghazi, like he got around the irs, like he got around fast and furious. >> he is not going to get around this, bill. he is not going to get around this, bill. he has a credibility issue here. >> they're paying money. once americans pay money they lock. in all right. now, going back to you, kate my question is, a guy as shrewd as barack obama is not going to put himself out in an impeachment scenario and ruin his whole legacy by outrightly lying when he knows it's going to be caught. >> he needed to do it, bill,
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in order to get people on board and to buy into obama care. he could not say i'm going to add all these requirements on to insurance plans so that women will have to it pay for viagra so so guy also have to pay for lactation it services. he couldn't do it. prices are going to be jacked up. >> bitten in the butt on the back end like he is he getting bitten now. >> he is he not really getting bitten yet. >> oh, whoa. >> he gets away again and again and again with this sort of thing. he did it back in 2008. we will see. i have -- he thinks that he can get away with it every single time and doggone he usually does. >> all right, ladies, thanks very much. we appreciate it congressman first and marcia blackburn grilled kathleen sebelius today. bernie goldberg says the white house spokesman jay carney is harming the country. dana perino has some thoughts on that. thoughts on that. the factor will be right
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i need your timesheets, larry! in the impact segment tonight, health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius testified in front of the committee today for hours. it was intense. >> who was in charge -- >> -- the -- was in charge up. >> ff team. who is the individual. >> snyder. >> michelle snyder is the one responsible for this debacle? >> well, excuse me congresswoman, michelle snyder is not responsible for the debacle. hold me accountable for the debacle. i'm responsible for it. >> while, madam secretary, while you are from kansas, we are not in kansas anymore. some might say that we are actually in the wizard of oz land given the parallel universes we appear to be hab tailgating. why aren't you in the
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exchange? the federal employee. >> why won't you go into the exchange? you are a part of this law. you are literally in charge of this law. should you be any different than all of the other americans out there who are losing their health insurance? >> i'm part of the 9 a% with affordable available health coverage. >> and joining us now from washington is congresswoman marcia blackburn. so, first of all, your overall assessment of secretary sebelius, is she incompetent? is she, you know, a person with no clue? what? >> i think that what we saw was a very defensive secretary sebelius and, you know, bill, there is an old thing that you manage asset and you lead people. i think she lacks and the president lacks that key component of the ability to lead people. she didn't even know who was specifically in charge of spending all this money and hundreds of millions of dollars of taxpayer money. >> okay.
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>> so she wasn't a micromanager on the rollout of obama care -- >> -- not at all. >> which was her big thing. that's what the secretary is in charge of doing. she came across today, in my opinion, as not daughterring, she was kind of defiant and authority former governor of kansas. but i'm trying to find the theme here. at one point, one the questions was, well, isn't president obama responsible? you know, you are his agent, but isn't he ultimately responsible? and she said yes. i thought that was a fairly gutsy answer. >> well, indeed it was. and then what we were a little bit confused about was there didn't seem to be a consistency of how they briefed the president and kept him informed as to how this was progressing. and, indeed, we have been conducting oversight since march of 2011. they knew we were asking these questions. this was like our 12th or
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13th hearing that we have done on the president wants healthcare law and its rollout. >> okay, but if that's true and you had been providing oversight for two years running up, why didn't you come on the factor and tell us this thing is going to be a disaster? >> we have been doing our best to get the message out that we had serious concerns about this. what we also were very concerned about was the fact that when we had all of the contractors in front of us, just in september, what they were saying was, yes, indeed, we think we are going to have this ready. h.h.s. had a group of people, we never could really figure out who was in charge, and, as you saw today, that still seems to be something. >> we assumed that nobody was in charge because it just collapsed. >> right. >> now, so we are talking about incompetence here. this is what i am getting. >> yeah. >> they are incompetent it. they can't run it. is that fair? >> that is fair.
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the incompetence on every level is absolutely staggering. whether it is the financial management or the rollout. >> have you been in washington for quite some time. you know that presidents, they are not paying attention to day-to-day on much. they are running here. they are running there. they are raising money every two minutes. they are on the golf course. you know, they are all over the place. how much responsibility do you put at president obama's doorstep, number one, and do you believe as an american, not just a congress person, that he lied to you? >> there are couple of things. number one, i think the president does bare part of this responsibility. he should have known what questions to ask the secretary. and, how she was holding her team accountable. the president's healthcare law is his signature. >> he didn't do his job in your opinion? >> that is correct. he did not provide the oversight and the leadership necessary there. now, when it comes to if you
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like your plan you can keep it, i have got to tell you, bill, that is proving to be a falsehood. we are hearing from hundreds of thousands of americans. >> i don't think there is any doubt about it. so the question then becomes did he lie to you? do you believe as an american now, not a member of congress, that he looked in the camera and lied to marcia blackburn? do you believe that? >> i think that the president -- maybe he was not informed by his staff that what he was saying was incorrect. i would have thought his staff would have said, hey, mr. president, listen, we have got some information that says that is not correct. you might want to stop saying that because it doesn't look like it's going to be true. >> okay. so you are not ready to quality president of the united states a liar at this point? >> i think that we need to figure out who -- if he knew it, there are bigger problems. because -- >> -- you bet. >> because then he was out there. >> if he knew it, he has got major problems and you guys might be in an impeachment
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situation. but right now the evidence is that we don't have any evidence to tie him directly to that kind of high crime and misdemeanor as they say. >> well, and one of the things that was brought out today by one of our members was, look, could you please tell the president that he shouldn't be saying this because it is just not proving to be true. we have too many people. >> i don't think you will hear him say it again but i could be wrong. >> i don't think so either. i think you are right about that. >> all right, congressman, we appreciate your time on a busy day. is white house spokesman jay carney hurting the country. dana perino former white house press secretary herself will weigh in. how liberals are evaluating the president's current problems. we're coming right back. i got this. [thinking] is it that time? the son picks up the check?
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personal story segment tonight. carrying the president's message. one of the co-hosts of the five dana perino was spokesperson for president bush the younger. jay carney who may have the toughest job in the country right now. >> his job is to make the president look good, period. and if, in order to do that, he has to mislead the american people, if he has to tell mumbo jumbo, half truths to the american people or worse, he will do it because that's his job. some people may find that noble and loyal, i don't. >> hear now is ms. perino, i'm going to tell the audience. i'm not going to ask to you attack jay carney. it wouldn't be classy of me to do and it wouldn't be classy of you to do. however, goldberg is saying that jay carney is hurting the country is that fair. >> i don't think it's entirely fair.
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in any white house you never have a meeting where you talk about the policy problems. it's always a communications problem. jay carney is basically the daily piñata for the administration right now. as press secretary he doesn't have any assets. he has no resources. he controls no budget. so he can't say hey, let's fix this web site. let's go do this in syria. >> no, they don't have any power to make policy. he can advise. i'm sure you gave suggestions once in a while, right? >> that is something that i think has been lacking. for example, when the rollout -- they find out a month before that it's not going to go well, either somebody doesn't tell the white house or they decide not to tell the president and they don't do anything about it. >> but you don't know if carney may have whispered hey, okay this doesn't look good. >> he may have. we don't know what sort of forces is he dealing with. >> let's stay with the facts, okay? my opinion, just as a journalist, jay carney looks foolish almost every day. would you dispute that? >> yes. and i think that's partly
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because he is a victim of circumstance. >> oh, no, no, no. >> he looks foolish, he dodges, he weaves, he doesn't answer, he accuses our guys of -- fox, oh yeah, they are asking legitimate questions. >> he is quite patronizing and very thin-skinned but so his boss. >> stay on carney. so you are telling me that i think he looks foolish, i do too. that's my opinion. jay carney looks foolish. you disagree. you don't think he looks foolish to the folks watching? >> in particular on obama care? >> oh yeah because that's his job right now. >> is he trying to defend the indefensible. what has happened is that reality has hit the rocks. and now he is the one who has to sit out there and say okay, this is our situation. on, in particular on whether obama lied to the american people. that -- that accusation is quite strong and it stipulation for a press secretary. there is a flak jacket that hangs in the hallway of the press secretary's office. every press secretary puts a little note in there for the
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next press secretary. the note i wrote says something along the lines is don't take it personal. as soon as you start taking it personal. >> that's good advice. i don't have anything against jay carney, i don't think he is looking strong and the weaker he looks, the weaker president obama looks by extension. now, tony snow, friend of mine. >> um-huh. >> i never saw tony snow look week out there, ever. he had a lot to deal with. he had no weapons of mass destruction. he had wars going south. he had a lot on his plate. never saw him look weak. he would dodge once in a while, he did. but he didn't look as weak as carney looks. and he had even tougher stuff to deal with than carney. >> also he wasn't patronizing to any reporter. he would talk to anybody and talk for hours. he also brought a graciousness and gravitas and very self-deprecating which helped. >> let's say snow was a little more skilled in dealing with this than
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carney. now, you, did you ever say anything to the press that mislead the country? did you ever do that? >> not -- no. not that i'm aware of. >> you never did that? >> and the only thing you have as a press secretary is your integrity. it's the only thing that you own. >> carney mislead the whole country on benghazi, libya. he mislead the country. >> where did that originally come from? >> so you are telling me that if you are ordered to the press -- >> -- i would not. >> spokesperson has to mislead? >> actually, i never understood that. >> but carney has mislead. >> when you are the press secretary you have to also act like a reporter and be sceptic call and be chicken little, if we say that today is that going hold up to be true in three days. you have to be the pain in the rear rather than just saying whatever they ask you to say. i actually didn't run into that problem as press secretary. >> no, you were at the end, and, you know, you were wrapping it up for the boys. here is the bottom line, i try to put myself in the shoes of the person i'm
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criticizing. >> yes. >> i really do. >> good practice. >> if jay carney were sitting here and not you, dana perino, i could destroy him. >> yeah. >> i mean, destroy him. did you see what happened to richardson, governor richardson? did you see what happened to him last week? >> it was uncomfortable to watch as a viewer. you felt bad for him. >> that would have been edward r. murrow compared to what i could do to jay carney just on the facts. that's not good. >> all right. >> they have to rite the ship somehow. >> rite the ship. >> or left the ship. >> not going it happen. not going to happen. plenty more aheads the factor moves along this evening on liberal americans, are they falling out of love with president obama? then actor rob lowe will be here to play jfk in the movie killing kennedy which i know something about. we hope you stay tuned to those reports. stick with innovation. stick with power.
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factor follow up segment tonight, the assassination of john f. kennedy in a month. 50th anniversary of that terrible murder will be commemorated in the u.s.a. and all around the world. a movie based on my book "killing kennedy" will shown on the national gee graphic channel. >> at war at russia? you really want to risk all out nuclear war? in a matter of days those will be operational. >> i will not be pushed not by crews chief of staff and not by you. i'm not going to allow
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nuclear missiles in backyard. i want' to hear something out of state. word whole meeting i want options 40 minutes. >> with us now actor rob lowe who plays president kennedy. good job, lowe. >> thank you. >> good job. when they came to me and said i think we want to hire rob lowe i said are we going to do the breakfast club 3 or what? but you really did a good job. >> i know you you are never wrong about anything. >> that's true. >> but i was not in the breakfast club. >> but you know what i'm talking about. one of those movies that you were in when you were a kid. how did you get the accent down? not an easy accent to do? >> thank you. you know, is he is so in our consciousness still. everybody knows what he sounds like. i spent hours and hours and hours listening to every possible recording. when what i got the most out of actually was highs private phone calls within the white house and his dictations. >> and caroline put that out. caroline kennedy put that out. now, did you have a coach,
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elbow cushion coach to help you with the boston accent? , did i not. >> this is you? >> this is sitting in my office. >> do you do accents and things like that. >> do i have a little bit of a facility, i think. >> i have got to say you really nailed the boston accent. i lived in boston for many years. i can't do it. i can't even do an irish brogue. as far as the other thing that lowe does in this movie. we saw it monday. lowe wouldn't sit with me but we were in the same theater. the other thing he does is your body language i told you this on the phone before i saw it is excellent. >> thank you. >> how did you get that? >> well, as you study him, you realize the tremendous amount of pain he was in with the freedom of information act. his medical records are now out. >> back and things like that. >> unbelievable between the back and so, playing a man in that kind of pain was, i think, a really significant part of it and just the back brace, all of that. i actually thought about using the back brace but in the end i just acted it. >> but you also had the
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bearing that kennedy is a rich guy and he carries himself differently than guys like me from left town. you were raised in ohio, right? >> yes, dayton. >> he carries himself differently and his body language when he reacts is different. you had it. you nailed it. what's the reaction to you dealing in a project that i wrote? i mean, and these pinheads in hollywood, you know, they don't like me at all. >> no, bill. >> oh, come on, lowe. no spin ne here. you know what the deal. >> i forgot where i was for a second. >> i'm not going to have dinner with hanks or daymond for any time soon,. >> the truth is you won't. >> yeah. >> i have already gotten the message from tom hanks, mat daymond, sean penn and danny glofer. >> clooney? >> i'm no longer invited to play in the reindeer game and it's all because of you you or your fault. >> did anybody say hey you shouldn't do this? >> no, i think -- look, even the most partisan person knows can't argue with the
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success of the book and how the audience has embraced it. >> right. >> and that is a huge thing to be able to bring that, to tell a story that the country needs to hear. >> when this movie was shot in 18 days in virginia. when you were shooting it, did you know how good it is? i mean, did you have an idea how well it was coming out? >> i did -- halfway through i was feeling very confident about it because it had a sort of magic about it. i mean, we all felt lucky to be a part. >> the ozwald young actor, the guy is phenomenal. >> is he great. >> he is phenomenal not just great. i told him, i said, whoa. because nobody has really brought lee harvey oswald into the consciousness before. >> they have never made him a human being. >> and this guy does. he is a vial human being, oswald. but this guy really nailed him. >> yeah. >> overall, americans watching this movie, do you think they are going to finally put the kennedy assassination to rest?
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>> never. >> no? >> of course not. >> no? >> it's the great mystery of all time. i mean, i think the movie is the definitive word on what happened. >> yes. we presented it really factually and so did you guys. >> and i actually believe that but people can agree to disagree. it's such a shakespearian story that people are going to revisit it forever because it's our -- the loss of our american dream and american royalty. >> and you know what i like most about this movie with lowe? that he actually shaved and combed his hair while it being -- that's not an easy thing to do. >> when i come on the factor, i always make sure because i know you love it so much. i make sure that i have a little bit of -- >> -- i saw you in the west wing. you were shafn, there weren't you? that was another left wing loony thing did you, right? >> i only affiliate with left wing loonies. you know me. >> national geographic 8:00 p.m. you will not be disappointed you will be, i think, startled by lowe's performance and the film in general. thanks for coming in here.
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>> thank you. >> we appreciate it. >> thank you. we come right back, miller time. lots of action this evening. are liberals falling out of love with barack obama? what about all this spying by the nsa? miller is next. (dad) just feather it out. that's right. (son) ok. feather it out. (dad) all right. that's ok. (dad) put it in cond, put it in second. (dad) slow it down. put the clutch in, break it, break it. (dad) st like i showed you. dad, you didn't show me, you showed him. dad, he's gonna wreck the car! (dad) he's not gonna wreck the car. (dad) no fighting in the road, please. (d) put your blinker on. (son) you didn't even give me a chance! (dad) ok. (mom vo) we got the new subaru because nothing could break our old one. (dad) ok. (son) what the heck? let go of my seat! (mom vo) i hope the same goes for my husband. (dad) you guys are doing a great job. seriously. (announcer) love a car that lasts. love. it's what makes subaru, a subaru.
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thanks for staying with us, i'm bill o'reilly in the miller time segment tonight we have three hot topics for you. let's get right to the sage of southern california who joins us from stir into the skid on this side and say they believe in this man more than ever.
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>> you think they are going to do that e interesting the press, even nbc news, going to go after them. 60 minutes, tough piece on benghazi. nbc, on the obama care. administration say so. so, when that happens, jon stewart on the daily show, skewer and a boom, boom. so, maybe, i don't know. now, on your radio show, on the syndicated radio show you do you have people from all over the country. are they -- what are they? i don't know because i don't do talk radio anymore. are they off the chart crazy about this or what are they? >> well, listen, as the people listen to me know that i haven't found barack obama -- i don't think he is the end of the world but he is inept and i have to either believe that he is -- you know, i have to believe he is hapless or men november -- first head they
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put on mount rushmore with his eyes closed by the way. no doubt well intentioned statements. i will say this i go along with his most ardent disciples and deem the president to be perpetually out of the loop. he knows nothing about nothing. >> now, one of the things that president obama didn't know about is that the nsa was spying on merkel of germany and some french guys. we discussed this last week. is it conceivable that he didn't know that anhala was being spied upon? >> well, like i said, i'm going to take his most ardent -- the people who most believe in him take them at face value and i will get on board and say no, he is clueless. i guess the buck doesn't stop there anymore. he doesn't pay attention. and these are his protectors who are telling me, hey, don't think poorly of him. he doesn't know anything about anything. so i will go along with it. it seems like the safe thing. >> i don't know if that's a
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good thing to have on your resume if you are president. i don't really know anything. now, you are a big football fan and dan snyder, who we both know, president of the redskins and owner of the redskins. he met with the head of the national football league yesterday and says he is not going to change the red skin name. you react to that? >> well, you know, i'm not native american or indian or whatever. i don't want to get in trouble, whatever you want me to call you hey i didn't get the memo. i can't believe this matters the most to people out there you know, in indian land. if i was them i would go counter intuitive here and step up to a mike and say, listen, only the white man worries about silly crap like this call the team what you want i'm out here making a buck. something interesting happened last week where political correctness and the watch guards of it constantly near the fire pool ready to slide down in their boots and get out there and do the next thing always have to ratchet down the political correctness
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meter. i noticed last week university of colorado for halloween outlawed not only indian but cowboy as compensatory gesture. now they have stepped in it the two richest franchise in that league both of them have 2-million-dollar franchise. this is a branding thing. and indians should realize that they are not going anywhere because they hate you. they are not going anywhere and jerry jones could care less what people say to him. jerry jones will tell you greatest thing since sliced bread even if they have roofs falling in during the super bowl. you are not going it dodge either of those cats. political correctness bringing cowboys in with indians they formed a power base. they screwed their own pooch on that one. >> you can't wear sombreros in boulder, colorado either. in honor of that miller and i in the next bolder fresher show are going to go. >> the reason why you can't
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do that people are afraid you might be gallagher and they are scared with the little gallagher hat. >> i got it? >> next thing you know you are crushing melons with a mallet. oh, man, is this covered by obama care? >> it doesn't matter you can't get them on the phone so you are going to have to suffer. this is pretty much last call for the bolder fresher show in san diego friday night february 21st, just a few tickets remain it will be a blast. go on bill o' brown university disgracing itself. wait until see this moments ♪ nascar is about excitement. but tracking all the action and hearing everything from our marketing partners, the media and millions of fans on social media can be a challenge. that's why we partnered with hp to build the new nascar fan and media engagement center. hp's technology helps us turn millions of tweets, posts and stories into real-time business insights that help nascar win with our fans.
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esurance. insurance for the modern world. the pain started up and wrapped around to the front. i couldn't play my bassoon because of the pressure that i felt throughout my whole head. the blistering and the rash was moving down towards my eye. the doctors at the emergency room recommended that i have it checked out by an eye doctor. there was concern about my eyesight. when i had shingles the music stopped. back of the book segment tonight, did you see that? last night at brown university new york city police commissioner ray kelly, a former marine, who has served his country honorably for more than four decades was booed off the
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stage at brown university. >> thank you. [shouting] [chanting] >> we are asking that you let him speak and you make your comments as part of the question and answer part of this program. >> we're asking -- [ applause ] >> settle down. >> we ask brown to shut this thing down. they didn't could that either. >> that's right. >> so, commissioner kelly did not say a word. here now to explain how that could possibly happen, fox news anchor martha maccallum. okay. so i lay this at the brown university president christina packson, she is responsible for this. >> yeah. how could this happen is a great question. i mean, this is one the finest institutions in this country. my parents both went to brown university. >> i didn't know that. >> i didn't brown university.
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this is absolutely appalling. brown university a place tolerate viewpoints and want open discussion about politics and culture. they knew this was coming because these student group also a group from providence, which infiltrated this student group and big part of this as well, they were outside chanting ray kelly, you can't hide, we charge you with homicide. calling him a terrorist. >> this is off the stop and frisk stuff in new york city. >> absolutely. >> it was designed to be a q and a. so they would have had all opportunity. >> thousands of lives in the minority precincts. >> racial profiling. >> i happen to disagree with you. i'm sure when your parents went to brown it was a good institution. it no longer is. we have sent watters up there a couple of times. they, you know. >> nude week? >> well, that's not important. >> well, you know, for that, bill, they said, you know, we have tolerance, culture and diverse institution. i'm asking for the same thing that apply to nude
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week that apply to the respect. >> here is what happened at brown and happened at other universities as well. there is no leadership there. >> no, you are right. >> packsson isn't feared. we had it at middle bury college, we had it at harvard to some extent. she has no control over this university, this woman, none. and in any institution, you have to have leadership. and the dictum shut have went out we are going to be respectful to commissioner kelly. if you are not and you are a student and do you something like that, you will be expelled. all right? that's how you lead. no, absolutely martha is right, they knew it was going to happen. they allowed it to happen and it's a disgrace on brown. >> the numbers merit under ray kelly you have had crime drop to the lowest level in 50 years. perhaps these students would prefer that violent crimes were perpetrated on 21% more people on new york city. people were protected under this program. i understand having a problem with the program but there was a forum here to discuss it and they actually blew it themselves.
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they lost their own opportunity to actually learn something, perhaps they would have walked out of that room saying you know what? i'm still right but they would have heard from him. >> maccallum, don't you get it? they don't care. they don't want to learn. they don't want to know. they are haters. >> very pathetic and sad. >> they're haters and they go in and hate. they got the black power salute going or was that the hitler salute. >> do you know what that means? >> did you see that and we are sorry that happened to commissioner kelly. is he a good man. he is he a very very good man. factor tip of the day about singer katy perry, she is doing something good for american kids. we will tell you about it in the tip moments away. [ male announcer ] it is more than just a new car...
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check it out. a good cause. now the mail. tim from idaho. bill, spin it any way you like. obama lied to the american people to sell his health program. no spin here. you should know that. if you're taking the hard line you have to explain why a man as shrewd as barack obama would put himself at great risk. if he lied he had to know it would come out and his legacy would be ruined. bill burnett, key west, florida. obama believes americans are morons and the press will cover for him. he's right on both counts. the press depends on money. it will have to report on the president somewhat honestly or risk profits. myrna from sellwood, florida. what kool-aid are you drinking? how ask k you say that the president doesn't know details b about various scandals? have you not worked in corporate offices? denying is a big part of covering your put.
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reagan denying he knew anything about iran-contra and i believed him. love the chemistry between you and krauthammer. you should have a weekly segment with him. we do, carla. every tuesday the doctor enters the no spin zone, sometimes against his will. you are asking an important question. did the president knowingly lie to the american people. but do you even care? every president wants history to treat him kindly, dick. that's what's holding me back on the l-word. barack obama has been a winner. he's going to put himself in jeopardy by lying on a huge issue? stranger things have happened. i enjoyed "killing jesus." you wrote about romans, jewish people and what they ep dured. could we ever go in that direction again? >> there are similarities to the modern world. many roman citizens were corrupt and willing to let their leaders do anything. taxation hammered the regular
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folks. of course there was political corruption galore. max from oregon. i am 9 and want to know if there will be a children's book of "killing jesus." there will be, max, in time for east easter. time for the tip of the day. many pop stars are bad role models for children, miley cyrus come it is to mind. katy perry is a success and said something interesting. >> females and pop. everybody is getting naked. i have been naked before, but i don't feel like i always have to get naked to be noticed. put it away. we know you've got it. i've got it, too. i have taken it out here and there. i'm not necessarily judging. i'm just saying sometimes it's nice to play that card but it's nice to the play other cards. i know i have the sexy card in my deck. i don't have to always use that card.
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>> ms. perry is 29 and is bringing national discourse to the pop world. for american teenagers, it does you no good to expose yourself in any way. that means keep your clothes on. keep your secrets. keep your dignity. don't do anything dumb that can come back to bite you your whole life. the internet is forever. factor tip of the day. that's it for us tonight. check out the fox news factor website which is different from billoreilly.c spout off from anywhere in the world name and town, name and town if you wish to opine. word of the day, a brand new word. do not be apolautss tic. whoa, huh? when writing to the factor. again, thanks for watching tonight. megyn kelly is warming up in the
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bullpen. i'm bill o'reilly. please remember the spin stops here. we are definitely looking out for you. breaking tonight, president obama addresses his critics about the disastrous role out of the health care overhaul. for the first time, revises his now broken promise if you like your plan you can keep your plan. now has a bunch of qualifiers directly from the president. i'm meb. welcome. this is "the kelly file." the president is just returning from boston this hour after wrapping up a fiery, at times highly partisan speech about his health care law. it took 20 minutes bf he addresseded the newest obama care controversy -- b what about that now infamous pledge that was at the heart of this law's passage that if you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor the. if youli